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SAIT Update 09.14.2020

Countdown all the ways to get involved at SAIT

Even online you’ve got a SAIT community — get involved, it’s good for you! Meetup with classmates, make a new friend — volunteer, join a club, drop by a virtual event and more.

πŸ“– Read: 9 simple ways to get involved

1) Join the Student Content Team

πŸ“· Are you always taking photos or videos?

πŸ’ͺ Is your TikTok game strong?

✍️ Do you like to write and share stories about your experiences?

🎧 Do you create playlists for almost every scenario?

🀝 Are you passionate about building community?

If you answered yes to any one of these questions — we want to hear from you!

Check out the Student Content Team, meet last year’s team members and apply!

Eat on campus through the Boost app

Select food services on campus are open for pick-up orders through the Boost app. These campus eats will be available Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 8 pm. Pick-up location hours may vary.

Download the Boost app on your mobile phone through the App Store or Google Play.

Run for the Saitsa Board of Directors

Go ahead, you can do it! As a student-owned and operated non-profit organization, Saitsa needs students who are passionate about shaping the student experience here at SAIT. Be a part of something great and become a candidate in Saitsa’s Board of Directors election by submitting your nomination package.

Introduction to Effective Intercultural Communication

PERS 148 is a free, online training opportunity for students who want to increase their intercultural understanding and communication skills through developing self-awareness. Participants identify cultural influences, gain insight into their own cultural rules, norms and biases, and use empathy to discuss the interconnection and complexity of culture and communication. Participants will also understand the impacts of colonialism on Indigenous peoples in Canada and develop tools and strategies to work across differences. Completion will be noted on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR).

πŸ“… Mondays, Oct. 5 – Nov. 9, 6 – 7 pm

Email john.partington@sait.ca with your name and SAIT ID number by Friday, Sept. 25 to claim your seat — only 40 seats are available.

Coming up in the calendar

Follow us on Instagram and check out the event calendar to stay connected to what's happening at SAIT.

πŸ“… The new library search experience

  • Wednesday, Sept. 16, noon

πŸ“… Success seminar: Master time management

  • Wednesday, Sept. 16, noon or 4 pm

πŸ“… ADaPT information session

  • Wednesday, Sept. 16, noon

πŸ“… International Day of Peace - "The Dream" film screening

  • Monday, Sept. 21, 3 pm

πŸ“… Live write-together experience

  • Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2 – 4 pm

πŸ“… Virtual career conversations

  • Wednesday, Sept. 23 11 – 12:30 pm

Find more important dates for 2020/21.

Check in with yourself and check out these resources

Support during times of uncertainty
πŸ‘‰ See contact info, self-help resources and 8 ideas for coping with isolation

Technical support
πŸ’»  Find login, software and troubleshooting info

We've got you covered
πŸ‘‰  Services are still available + contact info

Take time out for mindfulness
⏳  Help improve memory and reduce negative emotions

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